Fissure Treatment by Dr Amita Jain
Eminent surgeon Dr Amita Jain says, a fissure also referred to as anal fissure is a small cut or tear in the lining of the anus. This tear makes painful bowel movements besides itching, bleeding, and mostly a foul-smelling discharge.
Common Causes of Fissure
India’s top fissure surgeon for painless surgeries Dr Amita Jain says When a person’s anal canal stretches beyond its limit, it tears and forms a fissure. This stretching of the anal canal may be due to:
- Passing inconsistent hard, large stool during bowel movements
- Constipation, inconsistent or unusual bowel movements
- Chronic diarrhea
- Overstretching of the opening of the anus during the time of childbirth
Symptoms of a Fissure
Surgeon Dr Jain says there could any of the following things that may indicate towards fissure:
- Painful Motion
- Bloody Stool
- Tear or cut in anus skin
- Feeling of full bowel even post the passing of stools several times
How a Fissure is Diagnosed?
Delhi’s top surgeon for fissure Dr Amita Jain says it is diagnosed through conducting a physical examination of the anal area. To check out the extent of the tear, the doctor may perform an: anoscopy, a flexible sigmoidoscopy, or a colonoscopy depending upon the condition of the patient.
Dr Jain says a usual surgery for fissures is often painful. While laser surgery on the other hand takes very less time. Dr Jain says it could be done in a daycare set up and the patient is discharged within 24 to 48 hours. Surgeon Dr Jain says laser treatment is minimally invasive and thus it hardly makes the patient feel any pain. Painless laser-based treatment is definitely the best alternative that is currently available. Some of the advantages of laser treatment are it takes a daycare procedure, is painless, bloodless, minimally invasive, has no sutures, and is scarless.
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